Question about 2006 Toyota Sequoia
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reset the tire pressure warning, same as you would any service issue. Insert key in ignition, hold wrench button and min button, then start engine.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
You cannot "disable" the TPWS. Also, when you replace sensors, they need to be programmed to the TPWS computer.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Don't just simply have it replaced. Go to a quality tire shop that has a scan tool to verify that your sensors are working in all tires. It may simply be a leak around the grommet kit of the sensor or something in the tire causing leakage. Get it checked out before you spend money you don't need to.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
There are two ways to reset the indicator light - the first is to hold down the button (hidden under the dashboard next to the steering column) until the light goes out. That's a reset.
There's also a reactivation, you hold the button until the light flashes three times and then release, that's for use after a wheel is changed, etc. Make sure they have done the reactivation, not just the reset.
If that doesn't work, have them check the technical service bulletins.
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The Highlander uses an Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring System versus Direct type.
There is NO transponder in the air valve. The H/L uses a plain tire old valve. Thus, there is no PSI reading done by this Indirect Type System.
It uses the ABS speed sensors to calculate differences of tire rotational speed among the Four rolling tires(the Spare IS NOT included).
When the spare tire is put on, say when yu get a flat tire, the TPMS button must be pressed. (Recalibrated)
Direct Type TPMS costs more for Toyota and only puts it on select models. i.e. the Land Cruiser...
But for Toyota, the Indirect System meets DOT's TPMS mandated minimum Requirements for 2007 vehicles.
The Direct type system uses a transponder/PSI reader type Air Valve on each tire(including the Spare). Each of the 5 tires send a reading of the PSI to the reciever in the Vehicles TPMS ECU.
It has a small battery and is self powered. Battery must be replaced when yu replace your tires. It must be carefully mounted. Each tire has it's owner frequency channel and ID. for it to be recognized by the ECU.
This system is more precise. But has it's own set problems as a result.
It is the original design TPMS going back to the 1980's introduced with the Corvette and the Runflat Tire option.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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